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Brazilian Buffet in Newark's Ironbound

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Mootsarell May 23, 2010 02:12 PM

Brazuca used to be my go to by-the-pound brazilian buffet in the Ironbound. Unfortunately, it has closed its doors.

Fortunately though, Ce Qui Sabe (Merchant at Ferry) is filling the void. The buffet is extensive (including feijoada) and the meat selection is at the front near the register, given to you by a server standing by the grill. The meat is on skewers and there is the same amount of meat variety at any of the sit-down churrascurias. The server slices the meat from the skewers on to your plate. There must be at least 10 different types of meats on skewers. The picanha is amazing. To go containers are 5 bucks per pound. If you eat in, by the pound is 7 bucks per pound. The interior is well-lit and clean, with brazilian tv. About a 10 minute walk down Ferry from the Path. They have a big selection of brazilian pizzas too.